Leading education not-for-profit organisation Aim Higher Africa along with it’s technology partner Nasco Electronics this week donated 100 tablets to the Farida Secondary School in Nungua as part of its initiative to introduce interactive learning environments in Ghana.
The initiative which has been running since last year seeks to empower teachers in traditional learning environments with the tools to incorporate ICT within the curriculum.
Speaking at the event, Founder Peace Hyde said “we are proud to be able to donate these tablets with the help of our partner Nasco who also share our vision to help improve the standards of teaching in our schools. It is our hope that these tools go a long way in helping students understand the power of ICT in today’s world”.
About Aim Higher Africa
Aim Higher Africa is the leading education not for profit organisation in Africa with a focus on building the next generation of entrepreneurs through the power of education and ICT. It is the organisations goal to help empower the youth across Africa to transform their passion into business with the hope of bridging the gap between poverty and prosperity.